This year is a special year because it marks the 150 years of Maxwell's Equations. James Clerk Maxwell presented his important finding to the British Royal Society in 1864, and published his work in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London in 1865.
Maxwell's equations have definitely changed our lives with their wide ranging science and technology applications. They range from electrical machinery to quantum optics, from computer chip circuits to radio astronomy, from health care to clean energy, and from wireless communications to big data transfer on the Internet. Maxwell's equations being valid over a diverse length scale, broad frequency range, and valid from classical to quantum physics, will continue to have their impact for many years to come.
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